Episode 5.10: He’s Our You (Sayid-centric)
Airdate: March 25, 2009
Things begin to unravel when one of the survivors goes rogue and takes matters into their own hands — risking the lives of everyone on the island.
Juliet works at the motor pool – Kate joins her. Roger Workman Linus makes an appearance in this episode.
A scene set in Russia was for Naveen Andrews, who stalked about dressed all in black (including a leather jacket). Most of the action happened behind closed doors, but the last scene depicted Sayid coming out of the building, holding something inside his jacket, and walking away. Bags of ice were spread across the sidewalk to depict snow. Interestingly, the same thing was done one block east on this same street for another Sayid scene (leaving a restaurant in Berlin). […] After sundown, they turned up at Bishop Museum, where the show had recreated yet another Russian locale. According to my friend Jeff, a museum employee, both Naveen Andrews and Michael Emerson were on hand. He said they were in Red Square, and that fake snow was sprayed on the side of Hawaiian Hall and on cars parked along the lane.
Young Boy: 8, must speak Arabic. Quiet and thoughtful who loves his older brother and is protective of him, can do what his father asks calmly and coolly. Source: Lost Spoilers
Father: 40s, must speak Arabic. A domineering and quick-tempered father who’s trying to bring his boys up properly. Feels he has to teach his son a lesson about how to be a real man.
Older boy: 12, must speak Arabic. Sensitive and kind-hearted, he’s scared of his domineering father and knows he’s a sad disappointment.
Ivan: Late 30s to late 40s, pudgy, must have a Russian accent, wealthy, upper-class and has lived the good life, but gambling debts have caught up with him. Now he fears for his life from the Russian mob.
Guest cast: Doug Hutchison as Horace Goodspeed, Zuleikha Robinson as Ilana, Reiko Aylesworth as Amy, Sterling Beaumon as young Ben, Patrick Fischler as Phil, Eric Lange as Radzinsky, Jon Gries as Roger Linus, William Sanderson as Oldham, Sayed Bedreya as Iraqi father, Xavier Raabe-Manupule as 12-year-old Iraqi boy, Dmitri Boudrine as Ivan, Michael Hardy as Floyd, Joe Toro as bartender, Achilles Gacis as guy in car and Anthony Keyvan as young Sayid.
Credit: SpoilerFix.com, ABC, Lost Spoilers, The Transmission